If an officer arrests me for DUI or DWI, is he required to read me my Miranda rights?

No, but it can be relevant in DUI/DWI cases.   

This is a common mistake by attorneys. General practice is that cops don't read Miranda after an arrest unless they are expecting to conduct an interrogation and hoping to elicit a confession.

Nevertheless, in some DWI Accident cases, they need statements from our clients, and an Experienced Fairfax County DUI Attorney might have the opportunity to get such statements suppressed.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to get the best possible result for each client, while including the client in the decision-making process along the way.  Every case is different, so we strive to gain detailed knowledge of the special facts and then find all of the relevant law to help get the best result either at trial or by negotiation.

Areas We Serve

Our Office is located at Fairfax Courthouse.   The Courthouse and Jail are right outside my window and you can’t park any closer than our office.  We focus on defense of DUI, traffic, and other misdemeanor and drug charges.

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